This location is filled with paranormal activity. Spirit box responses, EVPs and interaction with our equipment. Shadows around every corner waiting for you. Negative spirits have been encountered by our teams. Try and catch evidence of the spirits located in this historic building.

Dedicated on May 10, 1917, the imposing three-story YMCA building became a community and mining company showpiece on the corner of Sullivan Street and Miami Avenue. The YMCA building had a steam-heated indoor tiled swimming pool, a gymnasium with a stage, a two-lane bowling alley and twenty-three dormitory rooms with showers for single Anglo men: engineers, chemists, accountants, and other specialists and employees of the Miami Copper Company. A banquet room, conference room, billiard and pool tables framed the spacious lobby, along with a library, reading room, and a well-furnished kitchen.